90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days Jesse Meester Responds to Darcey Silva Recreating Shoe Fight on Podcast

90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days stars Jesse Meester and Darcey Silva go tit for tat again. Or tit for tats, depending on which Silva sister you ask. I don’t think enough can be said about these two, although who were they before they had each other? Despite terminating their relationship months ago, and the season finale reunion having aired last Sunday, Darcey and Jesse are still utilizing their televised romance for the sake of one last positive affirmation hit from their fans.

On Wednesday, Darcey appeared on Bravolebrity Stassi Schroeder‘s podcast, “Straight Up with Stassi,” with her infamous shoe in tow. The Louboutin that, according to Jesse, was aimed for his head but Darcey maintains she threw at his feet. The argument over the intended trajectory of this shoe caused a huge rift between the couple.

Darcey Silva comically recreated the incident on Stassi’s podcast, prompting Jesse to respond, “hey Darcey, what a class act. I see you are still trying to exploit yourself and making domestic violence seem funny and manipulate what happened. What’s new right? While doing so you know the truth comes out just like how the police caught you lying.”

Jesse then implied that Darcey is still trying to communicate with him, “and maybe tell them how the wine ended you on the street yesterday and how you desperately called me crying asking for help and wanting me back? Stop stalking me every other day, stop mentioning me and focus on your self. I feel for anyone who falls for this crap.” (I’m not sure about that. I don’t think a stalker would have enough self-awareness to limit their activity to odd/even days)

In the comment section of his latest Instagram post, Jesse reveals that his eyebrows have made a comeback in big way, and that he is considering legal action against Darcey. He said, “currently she’s stalking me in the middle of the night. I’m glad its not my problem anymore but she still uses my name, defamation and stalks me which might end up in law suit soon”

Darcey didn’t respond to the stalking accusations directly but went for a positive vibe on her Instagram, “i’m sorry for the animosity that my ex boyfriend seems to be experiencing towards me. I’m making every effort to move on with my life and find peace.”


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